Plate racks and candlestick-style sconces; white-on-white-on-wood. Keep your country kitchen simple as Historical Concepts Architecture & Planning did here, and you’ve got the perfect backdrop to highlight food and family.
This traditional kitchen features dark wood cabinets with built-in stainless-steel double ovens and microwave. Earth-toned granite countertops match the honeycomb pattern tile floor. Under cabinet stemware storage and the plate rack above provide beautiful and convenient dish storage.
To give this beautiful kitchen a custom look, the porcelain tile backsplash was hand-painted. A plate rack over the farmhouse sink is useful and charming, while Craftsman cabinets incorporate a multi-pane window at the top.
This fishcamp cabin kitchen by Historical Concepts Architecture & Planning hits just about every country note: Rustic wood, milk-paint colors, suspended plate racks and casual scatter rugs – and, of course, a deep farmhouse sink. Pale walls and a disciplined lack of clutter keep it all from becoming overwhelming.
With various sized bins and a range of lids, it doesn’t take much for your collection of leftover holders to get out of hand. Lufkin and Goodsell say to group bottoms, then stack lids vertically with the help of a plate rack.
Storybook illustrations from Maxfield Parrish inspired the design of a handcrafted cabinet for plates and dishes. Concrete countertops, tile-covered walls and Arts and Crafts oak cabinetry blend harmoniously with the rolling fields seen through the window.
Shelving space inside these wall-mounted cabinets is maximized with stackable wire racks. The racks come in different heights and widths and allow various sizes of plates to stack neatly within the same cabinet.
This small bathroom features a black and white color scheme and includes a vessel sink, black towel rack, ornate black and white mirror and white plate decorations on the wall that tie the room together.
Hardwood flooring, wood doors and craftsman-style cabinets create this open kitchen with white countertops. A built-in plate and glass rack and an open under-cabinet bin provide extra storage amidst the cabinets. Exposed ceiling beams add to the natural decor of the open space.
The pantry in this space is equipped with everything staffers could need to heat up their cold lunch. Plates and bowls are easily accessible from their open wood shelving. A large sink with built-in drying rack provides a place for quick cleanup; a microwave and refrigerator are present for reheating and storing leftovers. All these modern features fit within the pantry's rustic design, featuring an antique clamp that is attached to the countertop and another 20th Century portrait hanging to the side of the space.